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  • Leslie Rigney


    I was blessed to be asked to serve as one of two nurses on the third and last RYS World Tour. It was in 1985. Initially, the students’ differences in belief brought heated discussion. By the end of the tour, there was deep friendship, respect and love. There was a feeling of oneness, that the common thread of all religions was love and sacrifice for the sake of others. Sorrow was felt in China, where religion had been denied. Joy was experienced in Korea, when an agnostic professor and a Tibetan Buddhist Monk exchanged clothing at the last night Banquet! Thank You, True Parents, for this awesome experience!


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